Mozambique: Coastal Exotic Luxury
Mozambique is a vast and beautiful country that was wracked by civil war for nearly 30 years, destroying most of its infrastructure, and much of its wildlife. Much of its strong Portuguese colonial influence has now gone, but the pace of reconstruction has been impressive. The main attractions are the hundreds of miles of unspoiled beaches, deep sea fishing and diving, and the demands of the South African market is ensuring that quality facilities are being introduced. the Bazaruto Archipelago have good lodges and phenomenal marine life – including dugong, lake crocodile and the several species of turtle that nest here. In the North of the country lies the vast Niassa Game reserve, which continues south across the border from Tanzania’s Selous reserve. In spite of rampant poaching, even today reports come in of sightings here of the last of Africa’s great tuskers. Distances are vast, so the logistics are expensive, but Mozambique is a worthy destination for for African purists – and as the years go by, more sustainable tourism will develop.
Along the historical Mozambique channel lies tropical Ilha de Benguerra. Benguerra Lodge offers travellers the delights of snorkelling, diving, deep sea fishing and remote pristine beaches to just simply relax and marvel! Sunsets, peace and contentment are the scene at Benguerra; totally unspoilt; totally unique. This luxury thatched lodge, accessed by air, offers true exclusivity in a tranquil and remote setting. Merged into a natural milkwood forest bordering Benguerra Bay and encircled by silver beaches, coral reefs and turquoise seas, the lodge is flanked by secluded chalets built on stilts which cater for 26 guests. The food is wonderful – fresh seafood and exotic Portuguese dishes are served with personal attention. A mosaic of forest, savannah and wetland ecosystems sustains a diverse population of fauna and flora in this idyllic island getaway. In addition to the scuba, snorkelling and fishing, take a picnic and explore the birdlife along the tideline and the freshwater lakes, or simply comb deserted beaches in solitude and serenity.
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